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09/26/2019
Graduate and research leadership role to be split
Miami University's board of trustees at this month's meeting approved a resolution to separate the positions of dean of the Graduate School and university chief research officer.
09/12/2019
Stacey Lowery Bretz receives ACS Award for Achievement in Research
The prestigious American Chemical Society (ACS) Award for Achievement in Research on Teaching and Learning of Chemistry for 2020 will be presented to Stacey Lowery Bretz, University Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Miami University.
09/06/2019
Miami and Ohio's IP Promise: Connecting research and industry
Miami University's practice of collaborating with cities, agencies and businesses is a good fit for the Ohio IP Promise initiative announced Sept. 6 in Columbus.
09/04/2019
New $1.9M NSF grant will help teachers stimulate students' imaginations to improve learning of chemistry
Sequence of the dynamic visualization approach to teaching chemistry using VisChem and storyboarding for understanding .With a new $1.9 million grant from the National Science Foundation, Miami University’s Ellen Yezierski aims to help high school chemistry teachers prepare students to become more scientifically literate.
08/21/2019
Federal grant gives students insight into income and health inequity worldwide
Miami University — in partnership with Christ University in Bengaluru, India — has received a one-year $99,846 grant. The grant is through the U.S. Department of State's Partnership 2020 educational initiative in collaboration with University of Nebraska Omaha.
07/29/2019
The 'thing that thinks fast' is a new way to teach Indigenous languages
("Indian Country Today", July 29, 2019)
07/17/2019
Five things you should know about art, dementia and aging
A Miami University student works with an 'artist' during a recent OMA session.There are many kinds of dementias. Elizabeth 'Like' Lokon, founder and director of Opening Minds through Art (OMA) – an award-winning, evidence-based art program for people with neurocognitive disorders – uses dementia in plural form to convey the fact that it has many types.
07/16/2019
Mack Hagood examines our fight to control noise with sound
The noise is positive for "Hush: Media and Sonic Self-Control," a new book by Miami University's Mack Hagood.
07/12/2019
UO community researchers to attend Breath of Life 2.0 workshop
("Around the O," University of Oregon, July 10, 2019)